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1973 Sabre Sabre 28

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

China Doll is a daysailer turned cruiser. I left for her for the winter to sail the Bahamas last year. Very easy to sail boat. Reliable engine. New sails and running rigging. Freshly rebedded standing rigging.

Equipment on Board:

Engine: Yanmar 2GM20F freshwater cooled diesel with Balmar alternator and regulator.

Electrical: tiller autopilot, 4 new 200 amp hour trojan batteries, Norcold fridge/freezer, Garmin GPS 441s.

Rigging/sails: New sails purchased 2 years ago still crispy. CDI rolling furler on foresail/jib. Running rigging purchased same as sails. Standing rigging was completely redone by previous owner before sale to me. He was a member of the USCG.

Hull and deck are solid with no blistering.

Galley includes fridge and Magma Grill.

Ground tackle. 22 lb. Delta quickset anchor with 40 ft of 3/8 in BBB chain and 150 ft of 1/2 in. nylon rode. You’d have to be caught in hurricane to drag this ground tackle set with this boat. Also have a 14 lb. Danforth with 15 ft of chain and 75 ft of road good for a lunch hook or second anchor to prevent swinging.

I have lots of other goodies that could come with the boat depending on price negotiated and intended use.

China Doll has a huge spade rudder making her exceptionally maneuverable and extremely responsive. Her fin keel is solid. Have survey from purchase in 2010. I know her inside and out. Please feel free to email with any questions.

Sabre Sabre 28
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